The Archdiocese of Los Angeles reported that the temples will remain closed to ensure the safety of the faithful and to prevent the spread of the virus.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced that would close all parishes, chapels, centers and missions from March 24 and until further notice by the coronavirus. "We are taking these extraordinary steps to ensure the safety and well-being of the faithful and the public, as well as all those who continue to serve in our parishes and ministries."Said the archbishop José H. Gómez.
With closure wedding ceremonies, baptisms and confirmations are suspended. So are the penitentiary services of the Lent and the services of confession.
Nevertheless, daily and Sunday masses will be broadcast live from the Cathedral of Our Lady of Los Angeles by the page of Facebook LA Catholics. The Archdiocese includes the counties of THE., Fortune Y Saint Barbara.
The Archdiocese will allow pastors some office activities with limited staff to answer phone calls, answer emails and process payroll, as long as the recommendations of the social distancing.
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